The Production Cycle
The production cycle of citrus plants begins with the soling of the wild graft support.
The seeds are put in special seed beds in March.
In May the young plants are transferred in bigger pots.
In the following year in spring the graft supports are pruned to the desired stem height and the process of grafting is done with different varieties of citrus.
From this moment on the ornamental citrus plants enter in production of leaves, flowers and finally fruit.